Monday, November 17, 2008

This was fun i did it while i was on the phone, i don't really know what else to say about it. its kind of one of those things where either you get me or you don't. the paper is from google and i "computered" it.

This one will be up at norml clothing in ottawa for roughly the next month. 12"x12" acrylic on canvas "stuck". beASTON 2008
this guy will be joining his friend above there at noml. 18"x24" acrylic on canvas "this fair maid gives me a nosebleed".

day-job-work has taken alot of the jam out of my doughnut if you know what i mean. these two plus a few more little watercolours are the only ones ive done recently, well theres one more little thing that i'll post soon. but ive had a heck of a time trying to get some work done.

three old ladies are sitting on a bench in the park. suddenly, a man in a long trenchcoat and dark glasses runs in front of them and tears open his jacket. two of the old ladies have a stroke. the third one wouldn't touch it.

i'm in the kind of mood today where i want to se someone i don't like poop their pants in front of someone they look up to. hahahahha.their idol, or someone they have a crush on. poopy pants broken hearts, and enough tears to drown a cute kitten.

glip..........HOSS! !SSOH..........pilg
beaston out tuo notsaeb

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

A new shot of "Plate O' Shrimp" better than that last one that i copied from facebook eh?

"A lot of people don't realize what's really goin' on. They view life as a bunch of unconnected incidents and things. They don't realize that there's this like lattice of coincidence that lays on top of everything. I'll give you an example. Show you what I mean. Suppose you're thinkin' about a plate of shrimp. Suddenly somebody will say like "Plate" or "Shrimp" or "Plate of shrimp" out of the blue no explanation. No point lookin' for one either. It's all part of the cosmic unconsciousness.
...I think a lot about this kind of stuff. Do my best thinkin' on the bus. That's howcome I dont drive, see?
... I don't wanna know how. I don't wanna learn. The more you drive... the less intelligent you are."

Up in the Burroughes Building at Well and Good Artspace Toronto, Ontario.
It's "Us & THEM" a group show with THEM.CA 'till september 30th only.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

plate o' shrimp

The last peice in my coverall series.{I'll upload a better shot of it soon} this is the first one actualy, i did this one and decided to keep going with the idea about a month after this one was done.

acrlylic on vintage skateboard. {i did the wheels too}

all 3 {"stockingstitch...", "outfit" and this one "plate o' shrimp" wil be up in the "us & them" show in toronto

Sunday, September 14, 2008

"stocking stitch with mutated female custodian and can fire"

acrylic on canvas 18" x 24"

this'll be at the "us and them" group show in toronto on the 19th of sept. 8pm at the burroughes building 639 queen st. @ bathurst. 3rd floor

the show is for the ten year anniversary of an art group i am a part of called THEM [link]

the "OUTFIT" peice i did [link] and another painting on a vintage longboard be there so this one doesnt get lonely.

i'll post photos of the board very soon.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Every Extend Extra Extreme

My new favourite thing. Thank you XBoxLive Arcade! just a screen shot from google, this isn't me playing.


Tuesday, August 19, 2008


This is a costume I made {decorated I guess.} Trying to bring my artwork to life a little more. Now I can become my characters. Jess modeled for me as well {She looks so fucking bad ass.}

Done with acrylic and fabric medium on the work suit. The eyepatch is made from pleather and was embellished with embroidery floss.

This was one of the most fun projects I've done. I want to do more. Next will be a pair of painter's pants.

I'll be wearing this thing at the 10 year anniversary show in toronto.
Be back with more details on that later.

There will also be a painting that acompnies this peice I'll upload pictures later on also.


These two paintings are available at
Seth Carmichael Gallery { } in Los Angeles.

Good prices with alot of love put into them. These are the first peices of mine ever to make it across the border.

Monday, July 7, 2008

space pirate

Sometimes I think of all the places I don't wanna go
Then I think of all the things I never wanna do
Think of all the people I never wanna meet
Close my eyes I go to sleep

DUUUUH . . .

From a photo of the Puppy Love show at Petite Mort. Just something for fun, I had't done any work in a while. This was a good way to get thinking about a painting i have to do soon. It might not be too much like this when it's done but i got to laugh alot. i love silly faces.


Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Puppy Love Group show @ LPM

All 4 together on the wall

Conventional Wisdom

A Dog And A Man Falling Out Of The Sky

Explorer From Outer Space

this past friday was the opening of the Puppy Love group show at La Petite Mort Gallery in Ottawa.

ive got some pictures of the other 3 paintings i had in it. all are acrylic on canvas and 12" x 12".

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Malachi Crunch

A new one in a series of 4 paintings I am doing for La Petite Mort's show "Puppy Love".

The show opens June 6th for more info visit

Malachi Crunch 12x12" acrylic on canvas

Thursday, February 7, 2008

people have more fun than anybody

i am terrible at having a blog. i never find the time to post. here is a new peice i did on the computer.

the characters were done with ink and the colours were added using the computer.

i'm trying hard to add more colour to my work i felt like a had a real boring dull pallette before and im trying my best to break away from that and try new colours out, stop being so safe , you know?

the title is taken from a james thurber book of the same name. my dad loves short stories like that or saki or o henry , old hurmor writers, those guys are hillarious. so we always had those books around the house, the title doesnt event really make sense, thats the kind of stuff i like.

to see some very amazing illustration work check out the book the 13 clocks also written by james thurber.